Tag: Luton Airport

Stansted Airport named the worst for delays in the UK

A new investigation has revealed Stansted Airport to have the longest flight delays in the UK, keeping passengers waiting for an average of 25 minutes in 2018. Tied for second place behind the Essex airport were Luton and Birmingham, both clocking in at 19 minutes with their delay time, while Be...

Disabled man drops legal action against London Luton

A paraplegic man who was recently filmed dragging himself through London Luton Airport airport after refusing a certain type of wheelchair has dropped proposed legal action. Justin Levene was filmed dragging himself through the London airport after his self-propelled wheelchair was left behind on...

Study: Luton named best airport in London

Study: Luton named best airport in London

London Luton Airport has been named the 'best' airport in London in a recent study, outpacing fierce competition from Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted. The study, conducted by The Original Tour, analysed data from all six London airports as well as data from the UK's Civil Aviation Authority to det...

Luton Airport baggage handlers set date for strikes

Luton Airport baggage handlers set date for strikes

Baggage handlers at Luton Airport have voted to reject a new pay offer from their employer Menzies Aviation which workers say still fails to recognise their hard work and the rising cost of living, Unite the Union stated. "Unite is meeting with Menzies today ( Monday 9 July) to urge the cmpany to r...

Consultation on London Luton Airport begins

Consultation on London Luton Airport begins

A public consultation on the proposed expansion of London Luton Airport has begun and will continue for ten weeks, the council of Luton has stated. A statement from Luton Borough Council noted: "Luton Council’s airport company – London Luton Airport Limited (LLAL) – is pleased to announce t...

London Luton move ahead with £225m airport-rail connectivity project

London Luton Airport is moving ahead with its £225m investment in a connectivity and infrastructure project known as the London Direct Air Rail Transport (DART). As recently explained at the third annual British-Irish Airports Expo in west London, London Luton council, whom own the airport are ...

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